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Tunja

Sitting on the eastern range of the Colombian Andes, the city of Tunja was founded by the Spanish in the first half of the 16th century. With fascinating attractions related to the indigenous population that lived here for centuries before, a tour of Tunja can easily delve into native and colonial history through a wealth of museums and historical sites. In addition, the city hosts a range of cultural events throughout the year, and--as a stop on the Pan American Highway--remains conveniently located for exploration of the wider region's topographical and cultural attractions. Use our Colombia itinerary maker website to plan your trip to Tunja and other destinations in Colombia.
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Where to stay in Tunja

The primary neighborhood to check out for places to stay in Tunja lies just south of Calle 22. Budget-conscious travelers can head to the simple hotels that line the side streets of the neighborhood, providing basic rooms at good prices. On the prettier streets of the district, you'll find a few luxury options offering extra facilities such as spas, restaurants, and swimming pools. The highways leading out of town to the north and south offer a smattering of smart hotels and motels, giving enviable access to the surrounding rural areas in this patch of the Colombian Andes.
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